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Anonymous
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## PowerBI if condition not working

It return all record with 0

IF(SUM(Opportunity[Month]) in {1,2,3,4,5,6, 7} , ( SUM('August 2019'[Revenue]) - SUM('2018 Invoice'[Revenue])) , 0)

if month is select 1 to 7 it should show this calculation otherwise should return 0

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Solution Sage

Don't know why you don't reword it as if (Opportunity[Month]<8), not sure why there's a sum there at all and it looks much cleaner

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@Anonymous

Values in a calculated column are fixed. Make sure it is a measure.

Community Support Team _ Sam Zha
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Hi @Anonymous

The SUM should not be before Opportunity[Month] indeed.

In addition: I see you using 3 different tables. Best is to have 1 table with the dates. And to have your various tables linked into this date table. Then you can use the month from the date table for your IF statement

Hope this helps

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Jeroen Heerschop

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Anonymous
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If I remove Sum then I am not able to locate this column. Moreover all 3 tables are connected using month column and I need to calculate from different table values. is there any other way ?

Regular Visitor

Hi @Anonymous

Try to use MIN instead of SUM. It depends on context that you are using this formula in. Furthermore if you connected on month, is there a table with months/dates that linked the 3 tables into? You should use that month table as input for your calculation.

Can you maybe share a part of your pbix? That makes it easier to answer.

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Jeroen Heerschop

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Solution Sage

Don't know why you don't reword it as if (Opportunity[Month]<8), not sure why there's a sum there at all and it looks much cleaner

Regular Visitor

hi @Anonymous

did you make sure that Opportunity[Month] has a type of (whole) number and not text. You can recognize this if in the fieldlist no sigma icon is noted before the field name. In the (Power) Query Editor you can change the type to number.

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Jeroen Heerschop

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Anonymous
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for Month I have created Opprtunitymonth = month ( opportunity[Closedate])

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